Sprouts Farmers Market called attention to its food rescue program and plans for a new compost program in a video posted to their YouTube page last week. Each store donates products to one or two local food agencies, which make pickups three to five times a week, said Susan Welsh, Sprouts director of corporate social responsibility and sustainability, in the video. “The food rescue program is the most important part of our landfill diversion program for 2014. We feel like it’s ...

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